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Neutral Bitcoin Gains Ballast As Investors Continue To Pile In

TechCrunch, 3/18/2014 3:14 PM PST

The demise of Mt.Gox has been met with the launch of Bitcoin’s Ft. Knox and the establishment of new proprietary exchanges from institutional investment trading platforms as investors attempt to right the ship of the stateless currency. Having large institutional investors like Fortress Investments and Benchmark certainly helps the beleaguered currency (or is it a commodity?) platform.… Read More

Neutral 7 Things Merchants Should Consider Before Hosting a Bitcoin ATM

CoinDesk, 3/18/2014 2:06 PM PST

CoinDesk speaks with BTC ATM execs and owners to examine key questions for merchants looking to host a unit.

Neutral Meet The Company That's Trying To Offer All The Benefits Of Bitcoin But Without All Of The Headaches

Business Insider, 3/18/2014 1:49 PM PST

rippleMost people know Bitcoin as a digital currency, with a value that has fluctuated wildly over the past six months.

But there's more to Bitcoin than just the currency. 

Bitcoin has gotten an equal amount of attention for its novel technology. You don't need a third party to perform a transaction (although as a practical matter many now use one of the various consumer wallet sites). All transactions are noted on a ledger, meaning you're no longer subject to the-check-is-in-the-mail risk. And unlike a real bank, Bitcoin is basically neutral on the price and time that it takes to process an overseas or large transaction.

Even Goldman Sachs analysts — who in a recent report otherwise came off pretty bearish on the currency aspect of Bitcoin — said the technology could prove useful.

So it was only a matter of time before someone carved out all the meaty parts of Bitcoin while leaving the gristle for others. 

Enter Ripple, which indeed captures the three aforementioned elements of the cryptocurrency's underlying structure. But it does more than that: Its technology allows users to execute a transaction from any currency into another simultaneously, while eliminating exchange-rate risk. Users are also able to hang onto their fiat, rather than having to separately purchase Bitcoin. This helps eliminate the security problems experienced by some Bitcoin wallet service users. 

And whereas Bitcoin transactions take at least 10 minutes to confirm, Ripple confirmations are instant, thanks to its use of a consensus algorithm; the Ripple network is a closed system, so only approved "nodes," which would approve the transaction, can access it. 

"Bitcoin solved the double-spend problem," Ripple CEO Chris Larsen told BI recently. "The key problem was payment confirmation without central clearing. Bitcoin's solution was ingenious but wasteful — it's fairly slow, and you can't put other things on it. It's premised on forcing the world to adopt to Bitcoin, which is like making everyone switch to Esperanto."

Susan Athey, a Stanford economist and paid adviser to Ripple, explained another key distinction between Bitcoin and Ripple. While the former is based on a community, the latter is designed to solve problems of commerce.

"Bitcoin is sort of an open-source movement that is bootstrapping and getting big through the enthusiasm of a whole variety of different communities. It's a user-driven phenomenon. That's a great way to get a platform going, but another way to build a platform is to solve problem of a particular customer extremely well, and if it's a large customer, then all in one go you get a lot of adoption and utilization. Then smaller users follow."

She continued:

"With Bitcoin, we know it's amazing, and they can both be very effective. But what parts of [Bitcoin] are really necessary? Do I really need the mining ... the anonymity [is problematic] ... what is the essence of the system?"

Ripple's pedigree is impressive. Google Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz are both backers. The CEO of China-based IDG Capital, which invests in some of China's largest tech firms, said upon completing his round: "We are excited about the prospect for a global payments system that powers instant, free, and secure transactions in any currency."

It's extremely early in Ripple's life span, as far as widespread use goes. The basic structure of the technology is a decade old, but Ripple Labs (originally known as OpenCoin Inc.), the corporation that now owns Ripple, was only launched in 2012. And they only opened it up for developers to build on top of last fall. Though at $1.4 billion Ripple has the No. 2 market cap in the digital currency world, that's only because all Ripple coins have been 'pre-mined,' meaning all the coins that will ever come into existence have been created, by Ripple itself. (And again, the coins are largely perfunctory for users simply looking to use the network to send payments — they're basically just temporary vehicles for your fiat). 

As a result, it's hard to find folks running Ripple. The largest is actually Bitstamp, now the world's largest dollar-traded Bitcoin exchange. This appears to show that the two technologies can coexist (if it wasn't clear already, you can also send Bitcoin over the Ripple network).

Another is SnapSwap, an online transaction gateway. Founder Denis Kiselev told us what he saw on Ripple:

"If you look at the cryptocoin universe available now, you see whole families of cryptocurrencies derived from Bitcion — they use the same technology," he said. "Ripple is the only one that's substantially different, with a different mechanism of transaction confirmation, that allows you to do instant transactions across currencies, and only cryptocurrencies. I see it as a major step forward, a major advancement." 

You can watch the Ripple network live here »

But Athey outlined clear uses of Ripple that are much harder to articulate for Bitcoin. One is that whole banking networks could be created based on trust using Ripple.

"Local banks could agree to only talk to other customers of their own, check their identities to know if they're a legitimate business, to know they're not in North Korea," she said. "That is potentially a much more palatable way for bank to enter the system. They have a lot of control on who they interact."

The other is that the cost of tracking payments can go down precipitously.

"Companies are spending a lot of money for keeping ledgers of international currency flows. That's a business service. Some firms do that themselves, some hire external service providers, to help manage international flows. It's a big investment that's very important, and these systems are very complicated."

Ripple's Larsen said they have begun preliminary discussions with mega financial institutions to see about using it as their primary "payment rail" for executing in-house transactions. 

"If you were executing a transaction involving all kinds of hedge funds, a path could be directed that instead of 20 hops would take one instant hop," he said.

Again, it's still early, but definitely something to watch.

SEE ALSO: The Bitcoin Middle Ground That Nobody Wants To Hear

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Neutral Meet The Company That's Trying To Offer All The Benefits Of Bitcoin But Without All Of The Headaches

Business Insider, 3/18/2014 1:49 PM PST

rippleMost people know Bitcoin as a digital currency, with a value that has fluctuated wildly over the past six months.

But there's more to Bitcoin than just the currency. 

Bitcoin has gotten an equal amount of attention for its novel technology. You don't need a third party to perform a transaction (although as a practical matter many now use one of the various consumer wallet sites). All transactions are noted on a ledger, meaning you're no longer subject to the-check-is-in-the-mail risk. And unlike a real bank, Bitcoin is basically neutral on the price and time that it takes to process an overseas or large transaction.

Even Goldman Sachs analysts — who in a recent report otherwise came off pretty bearish on the currency aspect of Bitcoin — said the technology could prove useful.

So it was only a matter of time before someone carved out all the meaty parts of Bitcoin while leaving the gristle for others. 

Enter Ripple, which indeed captures the three aforementioned elements of the cryptocurrency's underlying structure. But it does more than that: Its technology allows users to execute a transaction from any currency into another simultaneously, while eliminating exchange-rate risk. Users are also able to hang onto their fiat, rather than having to separately purchase Bitcoin. This helps eliminate the security problems experienced by some Bitcoin wallet service users. 

And whereas Bitcoin transactions take at least 10 minutes to confirm, Ripple confirmations are instant, thanks to its use of a consensus algorithm; the Ripple network is a closed system, so only approved "nodes," which would approve the transaction, can access it. 

"Bitcoin solved the double-spend problem," Ripple CEO Chris Larsen told BI recently. "The key problem was payment confirmation without central clearing. Bitcoin's solution was ingenious but wasteful — it's fairly slow, and you can't put other things on it. It's premised on forcing the world to adopt to Bitcoin, which is like making everyone switch to Esperanto."

Susan Athey, a Stanford economist and paid adviser to Ripple, explained another key distinction between Bitcoin and Ripple. While the former is based on a community, the latter is designed to solve problems of commerce.

"Bitcoin is sort of an open-source movement that is bootstrapping and getting big through the enthusiasm of a whole variety of different communities. It's a user-driven phenomenon. That's a great way to get a platform going, but another way to build a platform is to solve problem of a particular customer extremely well, and if it's a large customer, then all in one go you get a lot of adoption and utilization. Then smaller users follow."

She continued:

"With Bitcoin, we know it's amazing, and they can both be very effective. But what parts of [Bitcoin] are really necessary? Do I really need the mining ... the anonymity [is problematic] ... what is the essence of the system?"

Ripple's pedigree is impressive. Google Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz are both backers. The CEO of China-based IDG Capital, which invests in some of China's largest tech firms, said upon completing his round: "We are excited about the prospect for a global payments system that powers instant, free, and secure transactions in any currency."

It's extremely early in Ripple's life span, as far as widespread use goes. The basic structure of the technology is a decade old, but Ripple Labs (originally known as OpenCoin Inc.), the corporation that now owns Ripple, was only launched in 2012. And they only opened it up for developers to build on top of last fall. Though at $1.4 billion Ripple has the No. 2 market cap in the digital currency world, that's only because all Ripple coins have been 'pre-mined,' meaning all the coins that will ever come into existence have been created, by Ripple itself. (And again, the coins are largely perfunctory for users simply looking to use the network to send payments — they're basically just temporary vehicles for your fiat). 

As a result, it's hard to find folks running Ripple. The largest is actually Bitstamp, now the world's largest dollar-traded Bitcoin exchange. This appears to show that the two technologies can coexist (if it wasn't clear already, you can also send Bitcoin over the Ripple network).

Another is SnapSwap, an online transaction gateway. Founder Denis Kiselev told us what he saw on Ripple:

"If you look at the cryptocoin universe available now, you see whole families of cryptocurrencies derived from Bitcion — they use the same technology," he said. "Ripple is the only one that's substantially different, with a different mechanism of transaction confirmation, that allows you to do instant transactions across currencies, and only cryptocurrencies. I see it as a major step forward, a major advancement." 

You can watch the Ripple network live here »

But Athey outlined clear uses of Ripple that are much harder to articulate for Bitcoin. One is that whole banking networks could be created based on trust using Ripple.

"Local banks could agree to only talk to other customers of their own, check their identities to know if they're a legitimate business, to know they're not in North Korea," she said. "That is potentially a much more palatable way for bank to enter the system. They have a lot of control on who they interact."

The other is that the cost of tracking payments can go down precipitously.

"Companies are spending a lot of money for keeping ledgers of international currency flows. That's a business service. Some firms do that themselves, some hire external service providers, to help manage international flows. It's a big investment that's very important, and these systems are very complicated."

Ripple's Larsen said they have begun preliminary discussions with mega financial institutions to see about using it as their primary "payment rail" for executing in-house transactions. 

"If you were executing a transaction involving all kinds of hedge funds, a path could be directed that instead of 20 hops would take one instant hop," he said.

Again, it's still early, but definitely something to watch.

SEE ALSO: The Bitcoin Middle Ground That Nobody Wants To Hear

Join the conversation about this story »

Neutral Bitcoin Magazine SALE!

Bitcoin Magazine, 3/18/2014 1:32 PM PST

To kick off spring, Bitcoin Magazine is now offering a reduced price per magazine on Amazon USA, Amazon Germany and Amazon UK. We are now only charging 5USD, 3.11 GPG and 3,65 Euros per magazine when purchasing directly through Amazon.com. As we are currently printing our 20th Issue, Issues 1 through 19 are available on Amazon for you to enjoy. Since we first released our first print magazine issue, the Bitcoin currency has grown to a significant level of prominence.  We encourage you to purchase back issues on Amazon.com and then in turn sign up for a subscription to regularly receive copies of our newest issues! We encourage you to renew your subscription in full for another year OR start […]

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Positive California’s First Bitcoin ATM Debuting at 500 Startups’ Bitcoinference

Bitcoin Magazine, 3/18/2014 1:00 PM PST

Robocoin, a Las Vegas based company specializing in the first bi-directional Bitcoin ATM, will be unveiling California’s first Bitcoin ATM at the 500 Startups’ Bitcoinference. On Thursday, March 20, the company will make buying and selling Bitcoin possible, all from a single machine. Held in Mountain View, California, the sold-out conference will by a half-day “un-conference” featuring industry leading companies throughout the Bitcoin community, as well as speakers from all aspects of cryptocurrency. Speaking at the Bitcoinference will be Dan Held, Co-founder of ZeroBlock, Connie Gallippi, Founder of the BitGive Foundation, Dave McClure and Sean Percival of 500 Startups, among many others. The 500 Startups’ conference gives attendees the opportunity to join 100+ commerce startups, e-retailers and thought leaders in […]

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Negative Western Union CEO: ‘First-World’ Bitcoin Not Ready for Global Use

CoinDesk, 3/18/2014 12:54 PM PST

Western Union CEO Hikmet Ersek critiqued bitcoin today, suggesting it is currently ill-equipped for cross-border payments.

Positive What is Happening in Illinois? – Virtual Currency and the Transmitters of Money Act

Bitcoin Magazine, 3/18/2014 12:17 PM PST

This week, the state of Illinois General Assembly is holding a hearing regarding virtual currencies and the state’s Transmitters of Money Act. Introduced by Republican Elizabeth Hernandez, the proposed amendment to the act will attempt to further clarify the role of virtual currencies throughout the state. For Bitcoin, the hearing marks a time where legislators and lawmakers throughout the nation are asking the same questions. Do Bitcoin and virtual currencies have a future in terms of becoming a viable currency? If so, how will an individual state’s legislation play a role in the adoption of virtual currencies as a form of legal tender? In recent months we have witnessed many states reach out to find clarity in virtual currencies – […]

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Positive Breaking: Litecoin Breaks Out Advancing Quickly

CryptoCoins News, 3/18/2014 11:57 AM PST

Litecoin has been trending up gradually versus Bitcoin, but finally, it has broken out leaving a gap in a rapid price advance.  The Gap occurred on the Bitcoin Wisdom 15 minute chart of the BTC-e exchange.  Often gaps are filled so use caution. The reason for the advance most likely has to do with Chinese […]

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Positive Breaking: Litecoin Breaks Out Advancing Quickly

CryptoCoins News, 3/18/2014 11:57 AM PST

Litecoin has been trending up gradually versus Bitcoin, but finally, it has broken out leaving a gap in a rapid price advance.  The Gap occurred on the Bitcoin Wisdom 15 minute chart of the BTC-e exchange.  Often gaps are filled so use caution. The reason for the advance most likely has to do with Chinese […]

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Positive Polish Bitcoin Exchange Bitcurex Relaunches Following Hacking Attack

CoinDesk, 3/18/2014 11:56 AM PST

Following last week’s hack, the Polish exchange resumed service today and announced new security measures.

Positive BTC China to Drop Bitcoin Trading Fees to 0%

CoinDesk, 3/18/2014 11:01 AM PST

BTC China is set to reduce the trading fees across its digital currency exchange to 0%.

Neutral MultiBit Teases HD Wallet Update

CryptoCoins News, 3/18/2014 10:40 AM PST

MultiBit is widely considered to be one of the most secure and lightweight desktop wallet applications. The free, cross-platform wallet has been around since 2011, and currently has thousands of users worldwide. What makes MultiBit so unique is that it supports opening multiple wallets simultaneously, does not require downloading the entire Bitcoin blockchain, encrypts and […]

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Positive DigitalBTC to Enter Strategic Partnership With CloudHashing.com

CoinDesk, 3/18/2014 10:30 AM PST

Bitcoin investment and management company DigitalBTC will soon be working closely with the cloud mining provider.

Positive The Currency of Compassion at the Texas Bitcoin Conference

Bitcoin Magazine, 3/18/2014 9:55 AM PST

Giving was in the air at the Texas Bitcoin Conference. The groundbreaking event was held at the Circuit of the Americas Race Track in Austin, Texas on March 5th and 6th.  Attendees had the opportunity to network with nonprofit vendors and speakers, listen to a panel on Bitcoin philanthropy, and contribute to Bitcoin organizations through a charity luncheon. In perfect time for South by Southwest fever, conference attendees were able to rock out at the Bitcoincert fundraiser or catch a screening of a documentary style reality show which was produced in part with Bitcoin donations by a local 501(c)3 tax exempt organization. The nonprofits represented were diverse and unique and told a story of a community that genuinely cares about […]

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Positive Bank of Thailand Says Bitcoin ‘Not Illegal’ But Warns Against its Use

CoinDesk, 3/18/2014 9:44 AM PST

The Thai central bank has warning that bitcoin is not a currency and that its use comes with risks.

Στέλεχος της Bundesbank προειδοποιεί: «Το bitcoin είναι κερδοσκοπικό εργαλείο»

CryptoCoins News, 3/18/2014 9:44 AM PST

Για δεύτερη φορά μέσα στην ίδια χρονιά, ο Carl-Ludwig Thiele, μέλος του διοικητικού συμβουλίου της Bundesbank, προειδοποιεί για τους κινδύνους που διατρέχουν όσοι επενδύουν σε bitcoin. Σε συνέντευξη που έδωσε στο γερμανικό οικονομικό περιοδικό Handelsblatt και δημοσιεύθηκε πριν από μερικές μέρες, ο Carl-Ludwig Thiele επανέλαβε τη θέση του ότι τα bitcoins δεν είναι ένα μόνο […]

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Neutral Alleged Bitcoin Creator Lawyers Up

Inc, 3/18/2014 8:19 AM PST


Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto hasn't said whether he plans to sue the magazine, and he still denies any involvement with Bitcoin.

The man Newsweek claimed is the creator of bitcoin has hired a lawyer in an attempt to clear his name, repeating a denial he made to The Associated Press more than a week ago that he has never had anything to do with the digital currency.

In a statement issued by his lawyer, Ethan Kirschner, Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto said Monday that he "did not create, invent or otherwise work on" bitcoin. In the magazine's return to print this month after more than a year, Newsweek's cover story declared Nakamoto to be the "face behind bitcoin." Despite the repeated denials, the magazine has stood behind the story.

Nakamoto, 64, did not say whether he plans to sue the magazine.

Nakamoto repeated that he had not heard of bitcoin until his son told him a reporter asked about it in mid-February. He said he has not been able to find steady work for 10 years and had cancelled his Internet service last year "due to severe financial distress."

Nakamoto added that he is trying to recover from prostate surgery in 2012 and a stroke he suffered last October.

"My prospects for gainful employment has been harmed because of Newsweek's article," he said in the statement. "Newsweek's false report has been the source of a great deal of confusion and stress for myself, my 93-year-old mother, my siblings, and their families."

Newsweek said in a statement that it "has not received any statement or letter from either Mr. Nakamoto or his legal counsel. If and when we do, we will respond as necessary."

On March 6, the day Newsweek posted its story online, about a dozen journalists descended on the home where Nakamoto lives with his mother in Temple City, Calif. Nakamoto denied ever being involved with bitcoinmultiple times, including during an exclusive two-hour interview with the AP in which he discussed his life, career, family and addressed the assertions in Newsweek's piece.

The magazine developed its thesis on the creator's identity by matching Nakamoto's name, educational history, career, political views and writing style to the alleged creator of bitcoin, who has been known only as "Satoshi Nakamoto." Many believe the name to be a pseudonym.

It's not clear whether Nakamoto sought out legal counsel or was approached after the story and his denial reverberated around the globe. Kirschner's website says he handles business and entertainment matters, and a listing on movie database IMDbPro indicates that the rapper KRS-One is a former client.

Kirschner graduated from law school at the University of Minnesota and became qualified to practice in California in 2005, according to the State Bar of California. His office is on a residential street in the hip Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Nakamoto said his statement will be his last public statement on the matter. Neither he nor his lawyer responded to requests for further comment.

In the days since the Newsweek story and Nakamoto's denial made headlines, a barrage of criticism has been leveled at the magazine. Meanwhile, Nakamoto has been the target of charitable donations. Nearly 1,900 people have contributed bitcoins worth about $29,000 to an account created by bitcoin entrepreneur Andreas Antonopoulos.

Antonopoulos said on the website Reddit.com that it seems "increasingly unlikely" that Nakamoto was indeed the digital currency's creator and that the fund was created to "soften the damage caused by irresponsible journalism."

Antonopoulos said he plans to convert the bitcoins into U.S. dollars at the end of March and deliver them to Dorian Nakamoto or donate them to a charity of his choice.

--Associated Press


Positive BREAKING: As Promised, Bitcurex Resumes Operations on Tuesday

CryptoCoins News, 3/18/2014 8:02 AM PST

Last week, Poland’s largest bitcoin exchange, Bitcurex, halted all trades to investigate a hacking attack. A malicious user attempted to obtain 19,000 BTC from the exchange with a fraudulent buy order. However, the site was shut down within 5 minutes of the buy order, and Bitcurex offered the following statement soon afterwards: Dear Users, We […]

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Negative Support worker gets Bitcoin exchange hacked

CryptoCoins News, 3/18/2014 7:36 AM PST

Another Bitcoin exchange has been hacked. Canadian Bitcoins, an exchange based in Ottawa, has lost over $100,000 worth of Bitcoins in a heist that happened during an incident on October 1st 2013. The story is different from Mt. Gox or any other hacking events. The hacker didn’t even need to actually ‘hack’ the system. Warning: […]

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Neutral Η Κυπριακή Βουλή μαθαίνει για το Νeo&Bee και το Bitcoin

CryptoCoins News, 3/18/2014 7:20 AM PST

Στην Επιτροπή Εμπορίου της Κυπριακής Βουλής εξετάστηκε το θέμα του Βitcoin, το οποίο τους τελευταίους μήνες απασχολεί ολόκληρο τον πλανήτη αναφορικά με τον ρόλο του, τον έλεγχο από τις αρχές που θα πρέπει να το εξετάσουν αλλά και τους κινδύνους που ελλοχεύουν για τον κόσμο που συναλλάσσεται με το εν λόγω νόμισμα. Παρόντες θεσμικοί φορείς, […]

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Positive Bitcoin’s Growing Role in US Politics

CoinDesk, 3/18/2014 7:14 AM PST

With US midterm elections approaching, bitcoin's role in campaign donations will bring it further into the political spotlight.

Neutral AirdropCoin – Literal Airdrop of Physical Altcoins From a Plane

CryptoCoins News, 3/18/2014 6:56 AM PST

AirdropCoin – Craziest Altcoin Ever? As you probably know if you’re into cryptocurrency, AuroraCoin plans to “airdrop” its 50% AUR premine on the 25th March by allocating a batch to every Icelandic citizen via the national identity database. What you probably didn’t know is that AirdropCoin also plans to airdrop its 50% ADC premine… by […]

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Neutral AirdropCoin – Literal Airdrop of Physical Altcoins From a Plane

CryptoCoins News, 3/18/2014 6:56 AM PST

AirdropCoin – Craziest Altcoin Ever? As you probably know if you’re into cryptocurrency, AuroraCoin plans to “airdrop” its 50% AUR premine on the 25th March by allocating a batch to every Icelandic citizen via the national identity database. What you probably didn’t know is that AirdropCoin also plans to airdrop its 50% ADC premine… by […]

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Neutral After bankruptcy filings, fallen Mt. Gox exchange lets users see bitcoin balances

PC World, 3/18/2014 5:46 AM PST

Failed Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox is allowing users to log in to their accounts once again, nearly three weeks after it filed for bankruptcy protection.

Some users reported seeing accurate balances, but on various forums, users were, however, concerned that the exchange’s website had been hacked and the new login facility on the site may be a hoax.

“We believe this is an authentic notice on the website and we are confirming with the legal team,” a call center staffer said on Tuesday.

Another staffer had earlier said that she was unable to say whether the reactivated login was the result of an order by the Tokyo District Court, adding the database cannot be accessed while the case is being investigated by the court. Lawyers for Mt. Gox could not immediately be reached.

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Positive With Bifubao’s Wallet, Users Can Prove Funds via Cryptography

CoinDesk, 3/18/2014 3:45 AM PST

Wallet startup Bifubao has developed a way for users to prove it really holds all their bitcoins, using cryptography.

Neutral Kill the DRM in Your Old iTunes Music Purchases

Wired, 3/18/2014 3:30 AM PST

If you bought music on iTunes between 2003 and 2009, there's a good chance these songs are still crippled DRM. Here's how to set them free.

Neutral Ripple Singapore

Bitcoin Magazine, 3/17/2014 11:10 PM PST

A colleague commented to me recently: if you’re ever explaining Bitcoin to someone and they’re getting it, start talking about Ripple, just to confuse them again. Of course, this was in jest. But, there can be some confusion about Ripple and how it operates. Ripple, just like Bitcoin, is an open-source consensus network and ledger. It achieves consensus every few seconds, making it much faster than Bitcoin. The network creates lines of trust to trade assets between people who are comfortable with each other’s default risk. XRP is the native currency of the network and the only native asset. It exists for a variety of network functions, not least of which is to combat spam. ‘Gateways’ are real world organisations […]

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Neutral Ripple Singapore

Bitcoin Magazine, 3/17/2014 11:10 PM PST

A colleague commented to me recently: if you’re ever explaining Bitcoin to someone and they’re getting it, start talking about Ripple, just to confuse them again. Of course, this was in jest. But, there can be some confusion about Ripple and how it operates. Ripple, just like Bitcoin, is an open-source consensus network and ledger. It achieves consensus every few seconds, making it much faster than Bitcoin. The network creates lines of trust to trade assets between people who are comfortable with each other’s default risk. XRP is the native currency of the network and the only native asset. It exists for a variety of network functions, not least of which is to combat spam. ‘Gateways’ are real world organisations […]

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Neutral ZeroHedge Article is Not Even Wrong…

Bitcoin Magazine, 3/17/2014 11:01 PM PST

image credit: modified from Lightspring @ shutterstock “Most tellingly, though, member nations of the International Monetary Fund are starting to revolt… As one of the major organizations spawned from the post-war financial structure, the IMF’s original goal was to ensure the smooth development of a new global financial system. … India. China. Just about everyone imaginable is pushing for major IMF reform… These people [USA] have their heads buried in the sand so deep that they can’t even hear the rest of the world SCREAMING for a new financial system… This is going to happen, whether the US wants it to or not…. And while no foreign government wants a collapse of the dollar, they do very much want an orderly rebalancing […]

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Positive Why Bitcoin Really Does Represent the Democratization of Money

Bitcoin Magazine, 3/17/2014 10:06 PM PST

Bitcoin is commonly regarded as a truly democratic form of money. Interestingly enough, however, there seem to be various explanations supporting this characterization. Furthermore, at least one of these interpretations have caused some to doubt whether Bitcoin does in fact still represent the democratization of money, or whether it has perhaps become susceptible to less democratic forces throughout the years since its inception. In order to understand why this doubt is understandable yet unjust, it is helpful to recognize which two types of democracy, as distinguished by political theorists such as Cambridge professor John Dunn[1], are often attributed to Bitcoin, and why the most important of the two is still very much intact today. The first main form of democracy, […]

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Neutral Mt. Gox’s Login Returns, Lets Users Check Bitcoin Balances

TechCrunch, 3/17/2014 9:37 PM PST

After weeks of showing only legal notices, Mt. Gox's homepage now has a login screen that lets users check their bitcoin balances. But that's apparently all the beleaguered digital wallet service will allow for now. Read More

Neutral Mt. Gox login page returns, but only lets users check their balance

Engadget, 3/17/2014 7:33 PM PST

Wondering where your Bitcoins are? Looks like Mt. Gox is giving you an official way to check. The fallen Bitcoin exchange has updated its homepage with a sparse login screen, inviting users to sign in and check their wallet's balance -- with a...

Positive Such Generosity: Most Expensive Tweet Ever Sends $11,000 To Kenyan Water Charity Via Dogecoin

Forbes, 3/17/2014 6:29 PM PST

Dogecoin – Bitcoin’s goofy little brother – has just made history. A member of the Dogecoin community donated 14 million Dogecoins (worth about US$11,000 on the exchanges) to a charity with one single message on Twitter. That tweet, to an automated Twitter-bot, is the most money ever donated or sent directly via a tweet.

Positive Such Generosity: Most Expensive Tweet Ever Sends $11,000 To Kenyan Water Charity Via Dogecoin

Forbes, 3/17/2014 6:29 PM PST

Dogecoin – Bitcoin’s goofy little brother – has just made history. A member of the Dogecoin community donated 14 million Dogecoins (worth about US$11,000 on the exchanges) to a charity with one single message on Twitter. That tweet, to an automated Twitter-bot, is the most money ever donated or sent directly via a tweet.

Neutral How to Create a Live Event That Spurs Social Buzz

Entrepreneur, 3/17/2014 4:00 PM PST

Leveraging a gathering in the physical world can have a ripple effect in the digital realm

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